UPDATED: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge comes to MSC


The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has made its way to the Murray State College Campus.  The Ice Bucket Challenge was started as a way to create awareness for ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), often referred to as "Lou Gehrig's Disease." Using social media and the hashtags #IceBucketChallenge, #ALSIceBucketChallenge, and #StrikeOutALS, people across the country are participating in the activity which calls for those who have been challenged to either dump a bucket of ice water over their heads, or donate money to ALS research. Most participants, including many celebrities, are doing both.

Now members of the Murray State College staff are taking part.  To see the videos of MSC employees getting doused in ice water, go to the MSC Facebook Page.

Amanda Berry and Sara Sherman take the Ice Bucket Challenge
Student Affairs Executive Assistant Amanda Berry and Director of Resident Life Sara Sherman.

MSC Associate Head Baseball Coach Lloyd Gage

Vice President for Student Affairs Michaelle Gray and Director of Student Life Michael Burrell

NEW:  President Joy McDaniel and the Executive Cabinet

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